Fertility challenges affect approximately 1 in 8 couples in the United States [1]. Whether looking to have kids soon, thinking about it for the future, or struggling to become pregnant, understanding hormone levels is critically important. People of all ages can suffer from hormonal imbalances that can make starting a family difficult. Hormone levels can be influenced by various factors including stress, vitamin levels, exposure to environmental toxins, and more.

Understanding one’s hormonal health is vital since one of the most important aspects of achieving pregnancy hormone levels. Hormones dictate whether an egg will mature and make the journey to the uterus and if the embryo will gestate within the womb. LetsGetChecked’s home Female Fertility Tests can help employers provide their workforce with a well-rounded benefits program that enables employees to understand their hormone levels and give them a clearer picture of their health.

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Choosing an at-home fertility test

At-home fertility tests are an accessible first step that people can take in the privacy of their own homes. They offer an easier, more convenient, and more comfortable way to learn more about one’s fertility than going to an in-person appointment. Various types of home fertility tests are available to allow individuals to track their hormone levels and fertility on their own, which is useful for those trying to conceive. Different tests check different hormones. LetsGetChecked offers a Progesterone Test, Female Hormone Test, and Ovarian Reserve Test.

Progesterone Tests monitor ovulation on Day 21 of a person’s cycle. By examining progesterone in the blood, this test can decipher whether ovulation is occurring normally. Our Female Hormone Test provides people with a broad picture of female hormonal health, testing Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH), Prolactin, and Estradiol. People can also take an at-home Ovarian Reserve Test to indicate the number of eggs a woman has left. This Ovarian Reserve Test is for anyone who is curious about their fertility status and is ideal for those thinking about having IVF since it can indicate how they are likely to respond to treatment.

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Reasons to have fertility testing

Fertility testing is more easily available than ever. It provides valuable hormonal information that enables better healthcare decisions. For example, gaining a general understanding of how many eggs a person has can offer people peace of mind and the insights necessary to plan accordingly. A benefit of having information about one’s fertility prior to trying to conceive is the ability to plan, gain a sense of control, and enable the detection of a problem that can impact fertility.

This is extremely important since it can provide people with the information they need to take action now. Abnormal results can help inform the best next steps in a person’s fertility journey. Employers that provide fertility testing for their workforce can help them feel empowered, whether that means making a decision for their reproductive future sooner rather than later or feeling comfortable in the timeline they’ve set for themselves.

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Home Female Fertility Testing

LetsGetChecked’s at-home Female Fertility Hormone Tests are a simple way for employers to empower their workforce with insights into their hormonal health. Our range of Female Fertility Tests can help give people a clear idea of their fertility status and enable people to take the first step to making important family planning decisions.

Employees who are planning on starting a family, thinking about pregnancy in the future, or simply interested in gaining insight into their hormone levels can benefit from taking an at-home fertility test. Online results will be available within five days as well as a follow-up with one of our dedicated nurses to discuss results and the next steps.


  1. https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/features/what-is-infertility/index.html